Spring 2017 Depository Library Council Virtual Meeting

Spring 2017 Depository Library Council Virtual Meeting

WEDNESDAY, April 26, 2017

Welcome & Opening Remarks - Session begins at 2 minute, 15 seconds mark

Speakers:

  • Scott Matheson, Depository Library Council Chair, Associate Librarian for Technical Services, Lillian Goldman Library, Yale Law School
  • Davita Vance-Cooks, Director, U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO)
  • Laurie B. Hall, Acting Superintendent of Documents, Managing Director of Library Services & Content Management (LSCM), GPO

DLC Chair Scott Matheson will call the 2017 DLC Virtual Meeting to order and introduce a greeting from GPO Director Davita Vance-Cooks, followed by welcoming remarks from Acting Superintendent of Documents Laurie B. Hall.


GPO Update - Session begins at the 7 minute mark

Speakers:

  • Laurie B. Hall, Acting Superintendent of Documents, Managing Director of LSCM, GPO
  • Suzanne Ebanues, Senior Planning & Development Specialist, LSCM, GPO
  • Heidi Ramos, Senior Planning & Development Specialist, LSCM, GPO
  • Robin Haun-Mohamed, Chief of LSCM Outreach & Support, LSCM, GPO
  • Fang Gao, Chief of Library Technical Services, LSCM, GPO
  • Anthony D. Smith, Chief of Projects & Systems, LSCM, GPO
  • Join staff members from GPO’s Library Services & Content Management unit for updates on key initiatives, including:
    • GPO partnerships, including Preservation Stewards
    • Regional Discard Policy implementation
    • FDLP Coordinator Certificate Program
    • GPO on the Go
    • The 2017 Biennial Survey of Federal Depository Libraries
    • GPO Cataloging Guidelines
    • SuDocs Classification Guidelines
    • Collection Development Working Group
    • Library Services System
    • FDLP eXchange

    Creating Connections: Public Libraries & Government - Session begins at 1 hour, 18 minute mark

    Speakers:

    • Karen Russ, Depository Coordinator, Ottenheimer Library, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
    • Carolyn Ashcraft, Arkansas State Librarian and Chief Officer of State Library Agencies Liaison to GPO
    • Nancy Fredericks, Library Administrator, Pasco County Library System, Florida
    • Alison Griffith, Consumer Health and Government Documents Information Resource Manager, St. Charles City-County Library District
    • Whitney Gerwitz, Government Documents Coordinator, St. Charles City-County Library District

    Following themes from GPO’s January 2017 report “To Better Serve and Support Public Libraries,” in what ways are public libraries successfully connecting with Government? How do largescale projects like DigitalLiteracy.gov help create an informed citizenry through public libraries? Are new funding initiatives and collaborations moving public libraries forward, creating untapped connections for the FDLP?


    A Collaborative Model for Great Service - Session begins at 2 hour, 32 minute mark

    Speakers:

    • Tom Fischlschweiger, Senior Librarian, Broward County Main Library
    • Scott Matheson, Depository Library Council Chair, Associate Librarian for Technical Services, Lillian Goldman Library, Yale Law School

    Join in a discussion of various service models for Government information. What do our users need from us, and are we providing it? What other information programs, Government or otherwise, can we learn from? How can we improve our services, and what will it take to help us do that?


    About that Microfiche… A Preservation Discussion - Session begins at 3 hour, 46 minute mark

    Speakers:

    • David Walls, Preservation Librarian, LSCM, GPO
    • Jessica Tieman, Preservation Expert, LSCM, GPO

    Do you have preservation questions related to Federal documents? In this session we’ll cover what GPO is currently doing with preservation, raise your preservation questions, and solicit input for future services and webinars.

    Date Recorded: 04/66/2017

    Duration: XX minutes

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THURSDAY, April 27, 2017

Can They Count on You? - Session begins at 1 minute mark

Speakers:

  • Rich Gause, Government Information Librarian, University of Central Florida
  • Beth Williams, Library Director, Stanford Law School

This session will identify the basic knowledge and skills a depository librarian might seek regarding statistical data and data sets.


Regional Issues (Discards, Preservation Stewards, and more) - Session begins at 1 hour, 15 minute mark

Speakers:

  • Lori Thornton, Public Services Bureau Chief, New Mexico State Library
  • Laurie B. Hall, Acting Superintendent of Documents, Managing Director of LSCM, GPO
  • Heidi Ramos, Senior Planning & Development Specialist, LSCM, GPO
  • Marianne Mason, Federal & State Information Librarian, The University of Iowa Libraries
  • Kirstin Krumsee, Library Consultant, State Library of Ohio
  • Kathryn Tallman, Acting Head & Assistant Professor, Government Information Library, University of Colorado-Boulder

Join in a discussion of current regional issues, including the OCLC Holdings Project, Regional Discard Policy implementation, and Preservation Stewardship agreements. Hear from libraries that have entered into a Stewardship agreement and what considerations affected their participation. Raise your questions about issues of concern to regional libraries - especially if you're a selective who depends on a regional.

Open Session - Session begins at 2 hour, 35 minute mark

In this closing session, DLC Chair Scott Matheson will moderate a discussion with the Depository Library Council and GPO staff on the following topics:

  • DLC October 2016 Recommendations
  • Open Forum: Q&A with the FDLP Community
  • Meeting Recap & Closing

Date Recorded: 04/27/2017

Duration: XXX minutes

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